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There's a Sleepy in My Eye

Poetry By: craaig

Tags: Challenge

Not for the easily offended; or disgusted for that matter.

Another challenge met? This one from hiralarious. You be the judge.

Submitted:Jun 13, 2008    Reads: 135    Comments: 14    Likes: 4   


There's a sleepy in my eye.

There's a bogie up my nose;

It's snot that's old and dry.

There's toe-jam 'twixt me toes.


My sunburn always peels.

Got dandruff on my lap.

Got blisters on my heels,

More fun than bubble-wrap.


Pinching pimples is a daily chore.

It's blackheads I can't handle.

If you part my ear-hair,

You'll find enough wax for a candle.


Those are things that you might see.

Imagine in my pants . . .

Yellow stains; I hope it's wee . . .

And boils, you'd fear to lance.


My pubes host a menagerie . . .

Crustaceans large and small,

Enough yeast for a boulangerie.

I cannot tell you all.


I'm lousy and disgusting;

A far cry from seductive.

My oozing and my crusting:

At least, I'm still productive.


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